Yesterday we found out that <em>Celeste<\/em>'s final DLC update would come out for free. And, in addition to that, we also discovered that <em>Celeste<\/em>'s development team Matt Makes Games would no longer be around. But today, the developer at Matt Makes Games, Matt Thorson, also let us know that there probably will not be a sequel to the hit puzzle platforming game, which is sure to be a major disappointment for fans of the hit game.\r\n\r\nIn an email, Thorson told the fans they actually do not want to make a sequel to the game. So, in many ways, the latest DLC release, "Chapter 9: Farewell," really is a farewell to the game. But at least it comes with a huge amount of content to give the game a wonderful send-off. But Thorson also did not exclusively rule out there ever not being a sequel to the hit game either. So there is always hope.\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/youtu.be\/70d9irlxiB4\r\n\r\nIn the email, Thorson said he doesn't "want to make a sequel." He also said, "Maybe in the future we'll change our minds, but right now we don't know how we'd do a sequel justice."\r\n\r\nInstead, the developer at the former Matt Makes Games studio said that he and his team were much more focused on producing a new game to be released sometime in the future. So it seems Thorson is ready to move on from <em>Celeste<\/em> and its wonderful universe.\r\n\r\nAll of this is coming with the announcement of the game's conclusion with the release of its free DLC update "Chapter 9: Farewell." The first announcement for this DLC came last December. The Matt Makes Game team said this update would a series of hard levels for the advanced player. And they said it would give the <em>Celeste<\/em> game one last farewell.\r\n\r\nWhen was it supposed to come out? Actually early this year. So it is coming out more than half a year late but fans have been waiting patiently. The DLC add-on includes 100 new levels that add up to make the game 800 levels long.\r\n\r\nThere's also brand new mechanics and new items to play around with. It's a great opportunity to get back to Celeste if you have not touched the game in a few months. Especially if you happen to be a bit rusty.\r\n\r\nThe musical score will include an additional 40 minutes of music created and composed by Lena Raine. So in many ways, the final DLC is a really big update to the overall game. That really is a great final send-off.